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Animal Hormones Introduction Hormones and Their Actions Vertebrate Endocrine Systems
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Hormones and Their Actions Control and regulation require information. In multicellular animals, nerve impulses provide electric signals; faster but short lived . hormones provide chemical signals; slow to get there but longer life time Hormones are secreted by cells, diffuse into the extracellular fluid, and often are distributed by the circulatory system. Hormones coordinate longer-term developmental processes such as reproductive cycles.
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Figure 41.1 Chemical Signaling Systems (Part 1)
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Figure 41.1 Chemical Signaling Systems (Part 2)
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Figure 41.8 Multiple Feedback Loops Control Hormone Secretion
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CPS Question If Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) holds water in the body, decreasing urine output and increasing blood pressure, a person with high blood pressure has a high ADH blood level. True or False;
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Animal Hormones
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Figure 41.17 Some Hormones Can Activate a Variety of Signal Transduction Pathways (Part 1)
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Figure 41.17 Some Hormones Can Activate a Variety of Signal Transduction Pathways (Part 2)
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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems
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Anterior Pituitary
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Anterior Pituitary
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Anterior Pituitary
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Figure 42.6 Effects of Excess Growth Hormone
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Posterior Pituitary
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Vertebrate Endocrine Systems The function of antidiuretic hormone ( ADH ) is to increase water conservation by the kidney. If there is a high level of
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BIOLOGY 020.152 taught by Professor Pearlman during the Spring '08 term at Johns Hopkins.

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